These almond flour crepes are thin, light, and crispy crepes made with only 4 ingredients and no dairy!
The perfect low-carb crepe recipe for the whole family and perfect to pair with a cup of my bulletproof coffee for breakfast.
Yes, it is a crepe recipe without milk, a gluten-free crepe recipe perfect for dessert or breakfast.
What Are Almond Flour Crepes
Almond flour crepes are delicious, thin, low-carb crepes that are also gluten-free. It is an amazing sweet crepe recipe for breakfast or dessert.
And it is much healthier and far lower in carbs than the authentic french crepes recipe.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
This recipe is amazing because it’s:
- Ready in under 20 minutes
- 5 Ingredients only
- Tastes like real Crepes
How To Make Almond Flour Crepes
This crepe recipe is one of the best keto diet recipes using almond flour.
Plus, all you need to make these easy low-carb crepes are 4 simple ingredients:
- Almond flour – also known as almond meal or ground almonds.
- Vanilla – vanilla essence or vanilla paste, check the ingredient list as some vanilla pastes or essences contain sugar!
- Ground cinnamon – optional but super tasty.
Almond Flour Pancakes vs Almond Flour Crepes
There is some confusion between crepes and pancakes, so let me help you understand the difference between them.
First, the texture of a crepe recipe batter is always thinner and more liquid than pancakes. It is because you want crepes to be larger, thin, and crispy.
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Secondly, crepes can be eaten with savory or sweet fillings, while pancakes are mostly eaten sweet.
Finally, crepes are originally from France, while pancakes have been eaten first by Roman and Greek.
So if you like thick crepes, use my almond flour pancake recipe. But otherwise, keep reading for a tasty, thin almond flour crepe.
Almond Flour Crepe Filling
There are many ways to appreciate those almond flour crepes. You can either add a sweet filling or a savory filling.
The best low-carb sweet crepes fillings are:
- Sugar-free crystal sweetener – the easiest and most delicious crepe is filled with sugar-free crystal sweetener. I recommend a Monk fruit crystal sweetener and a dash of cinnamon or lemon juice.
- Whipped coconut cream and berries or regular whipped cream.
- Sugar-free maple syrup – I use Monk fruit syrup as it has no carbs, no sugar, and it is natural.
- Sugar-free hazelnut spread– my chocolate hazelnut spread recipe is 100% sugar-free and keto-friendly. It is absolutely amazing in these crepes for breakfast.
- Homemade peanut butter
- Yogurt, berries, a drizzle of nut butter, and sliced almonds – If you don’t eat dairy, use dairy-free coconut yogurt. You can also use greek yogurt if you can eat dairy.
- Sugar-free chia seed jam
How To Cook Keto Crepes
These almond flour crepes are very simple to make. So don’t be afraid to try this recipe, even if you are not a chef!
It is truly a no-fail recipe for sure. The batter will spread evenly and cook beautifully as long as your pan is hot enough.
Only 2-3 minutes on both sides, and they are ready to eat. You will love the delicious crispiness of the borders.
The texture is light, crispy, and perfect for making a dessert or a sweet breakfast.
The unfilled keto crepes can be stored in a fridge on a plate for up to three days.
Make sure you cover the plate with plastic wrap to prevent the crepes from drying out. It’s also possible to freeze them, but you’d have to put them in individual plastic wrapping.
Rewarm them on a crepe pan and fill them with the filling of your choice.
Almond Flour Crepes
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